In most cases, if you were not hurt in a car accident, you will not be able to sue for damages. This is because the purpose of a personal injury lawsuit is to seek compensation for damages resulting from an injury or harm suffered by the plaintiff. If you did not suffer any injuries or harm, there is no basis for a personal injury lawsuit.

However, in some cases, you may be able to sue for property damage, even if you were not hurt. For example, if your car was damaged in the accident and the other driver was at fault, you may be able to sue the other driver or their insurance company for the cost of repairing or replacing your vehicle.

It’s important to note that even if you did not suffer any physical injuries in the accident, you may still experience emotional distress or other non-physical harm as a result of the accident. If this is the case, you may be able to seek compensation for these damages as well.

If you are considering filing a lawsuit after a car accident, it’s important to consult with an experienced attorney who can evaluate your case and advise you on your legal options. They can help you determine if you have a valid claim for damages and assist you in seeking compensation for any harm you may have suffered.



Depending on the circumstances of your car accident, you or your loved one could recover compensation for all that you have endured. This area of law is very complicated; there are exceptions and technicalities that if you do not know the law can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. This is why it is imperative you consult with our experienced Pennsylvania car accident attorneys at The Pisanchyn Law Firm to guide you through your claim.

Please, call our Pennsylvania accident attorneys toll free at 1-800-444-5309 for a free consultation. We have offices in Harrisburg, Scranton, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh and will travel to you.